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Dr. Phillip Hash

Phillip A.K. Hash, D.O., PhD

Education:

Phillip A.K. Hash, D.O., PhD is a diplomate of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (CAP) and Adult Psychiatry. He completed his CAP Fellowship at the University of Kentucky and his adult residency training at Henry Ford Health System. Further, he served as Chief Resident in both training programs. 

Dr. Hash is a graduate of the Pikeville College School of Osteopathic Medicine. He also holds his PhD in Industrial Engineering (Human Factors) from the University of Central Florida. Prior to starting his career as a physician, Dr. Hash served as an officer in the United States Air Force. His assignments included a stint at the Air Force Research Laboratory at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base.

Experience:

Over the course of his career, he has held several key positions as a Psychiatrist including Chief Medical Officer for Recovery and Wellness Center of Midwest Ohio and Medical Director for Intermountain Residential and Outpatient Services. In addition, he currently serves as Child Psychiatrist at Alexander & Associates in Springfield. 

Dr. hash has been directly responsible for treating children and adolescents, but also has extensive experience with adult care including opioid addiction treatment. Further he has logged almost 12,000 telemedicine encounters over the course of his career thus far, and has been responsible for founding two major telemedicine programs that has expanded access to patients that would not otherwise be able to obtain quality psychiatric care. 

Dr. Hash's focus has been on enhancing timely, medically-sound, high-quality care, significantly reducing wait times, and providing families more rapid access to improve care and decreasing the burden on our community partners such as local emergency rooms. 

In addition to practicing in university, community, inpatient, and outpatient settings, Dr. Hash has also worked extensively with the juvenile justice system and was the treating physician for three major juvenile detention centers in Kentucky.